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the deal, either. the guys dominated indiana in the first half, building a 22-point lead, only to watch it evaporate in the second. nene making his verizon center debut for the wizards. we start in the first quarter. wizards with the early lead. nene has the ball, steps back, hits the jumper. that looked good. he only had six points, though, for the wizards tonight. third quarter the wizards appear to be in control. check out trevor booker. driving and dunking on people's heads. eight points for booker. the wizards up by 19. but then they went cold. indiana would heat up. remember this guy? roy hibbert. the former hoya. yeah, he's been great. an all-star this year. led indy with 19. the lead was down to 8. here's george on the miss. pacers get the rebound. paul george says i think i'll take it again, this time i'm going to make it. and the pacers have their first lead of the game. john wall up and in to tie the game. here's the problem. watch the lighter on the backboard. goes off before he shoots. so the clock ran down. his shot does not count because it was after the buzzer. so the wi
in the south. baylor versus xavier at 7:15 eastern and kentucky versus indiana at 9:45. those games right here on cbs. in the midwest, north carolina takes on ohio at 7:47. and kansas plays north carolina state at 10:17 on tbs. >>> when we return, terror for a tv news crew. a man gets angry and pulls a gun on a reporter in arkansas. we'll show you what happens next. >>> here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. washington, d.c., 82. atlanta, thunderstorms, 79. st. louis, 67. sunny in denver, 74. partly cloudy in seattle, 50 degrees. >>> here's another look at this morning's top stories. the army sergeant accused of murdering 17 afghan civilians is expected to be formally charged today. robert bales is being held at a military prison in kansas. he could face 17 counts of murder and 6 counts of attempted murder. >>> preliminary autopsy results show whitney houston had cocaine in her system when she drowned in a hotel bathtub. heart disease also played a role. the l.a. coroner says houston was a chronic cocaine user. >>> now to a caught on video incident involving a rep
to avenge one of the two losses during the regular season when they face the indiana hoosiers. catch all the action live here on wjz13. good weekend for staying in. >> how about that. >> watching the game. >> nice. thank you for watching, have a wonderful day, i will see you tonight. >> i will see you monday. >> i will see you tomorrow morning. ,,,,,,,,,,,, a team that shares my drive and commitment. that's why i serve in the united states coast guard. maybe you were born ready. find out at it's oysternomics 101. you start with a u.s. senator named ben. by helping restore thousands of acres of oyster beds, he kept hundreds of oystermen on the job... which keeps wholesalers in business... and that means more delivery companies... making deliveries to more restaurants... which hire more workers. and that means more oystermen. it's like he's out here with us. he's my friend, ben. i hope he's your friend, too.
, connecticut, delaware, new york, pennsylvania and rhode island. the elections calendar in may includes indiana, north carolina and west virginia's primaries. and don't forget to make your clearing house for all things related to the campaigns. watch the latest video of republican presidential candidates and president obama from the campaign trail. search the candidates on the issues section for video of the candidates' views on major ca campaign issues. again, that's all at >>> tuesday, timothy geithner testified before the house financial services committee on the stability of the international financial system. the european debt crisis and how it affects the u.s. was discussed during this two and a half hour hearing. chairman spencer bacchus and other republican committee members wrote a letter to secretary geithner earlier this year opposing increased contributions to the international monetary fund for the purpose of alleviating the european debt crisis. the treasury secretary last month indicated at a g-20 meeting that the u.s. did not intend to make addi
coming up tonight. we'll have highlights at 11:00. sweet 16 basketball. indiana, kentucky is the late game. good stuff. >> it will be like 12:00. >> or 1:00. >> see you tonight.
states of america. don't tell us we have to take healthcare. don't tell me as a hoosier in indiana that i have to do what they want in the beltway because it doesn't work. oooh, what's her secret? [ male announcer ] dawn hand renewal with olay beauty. improves the look and feel of hands in just five uses. [ sponge ] soft, smooth... fabulous! [ male announcer ] dawn do. [ sponge ] so it's not a chore. megyn: new reaction to the controversy over a college's decision to start scheduling classes on major religious holidays. last hour we told you how new york's stoneybrook university claims the change is meant to show respect for all faiths. the fallout reaching far beyond the school's campus. rush limbaugh says he seize his as just one of the issues fueling a growing sense that some american values are under attack. >> the silent majority are the people who get up and go to work, try to play by the rules, try to do everything right according to their morality and their sense of right and wrong and their ethics. my gut instinct about the silent majority is it's about to explode. it's about had
of his stops in indiana. >> not only did he pass romney here, which is a government-run health care program that has insurance mandate, fines if you don't buy insurance, beating for the employer and the employee, and, of course, has all of these bells and whistles taos what policy you can buy, how you're going to buy it, who you're going to buy it from, just like obama care. >> that, of course, was rick santorum and not mitt romney, but i bet you knew that. senior cnn correspondent joe johns is in louisiana for oopsz tomorrow's republican prez kennke -- presidential primary. how much did they get on the campaign trail? >> reporter: well, candy, it was certainly one of the things driving the day, i think you could say that for a lot of reasons. number one, the in fact this is the anniversary of the president's plan, also the fact that the supreme court stake it up next week. kate talked a little bit about that. mitt romney in metairie, louisiana, kicked off the day talking about the health care plan quite a bit talking about repeal of the plan, replacement of the plan. he had an op e
in 2005 for 40 and 41 other states usually meat packers from indiana. but you about the guest today. but shute in a pool and you didn't even know it. tune in on monday and there's just blank space. >>> and its board stream comes through for a woman in a wheelchair. her video hers' first bungee jump is going bar long line. >>> i would be screaming sealed. this is over a bridge in wissler british columbia the 25 year-old won a contest sponsored sponsored by in venture company organizers say it is perfectly safe to of bungee jump in a wheelchair. i actually done and i try bungee jumping off a little thing it wasn't the big giants bungee like that but certainly not a wheelchair. it is 555 the next half-hour his days at all go with the school says no but the controversy over who the high schooler wants to bring. and what killed with the houston weeks after the singer and received results of our autopsy. >>> some new information this morning on the disappearance of a morgan hill teenager pertaining to some clothing was found in her purse c,,,, ♪ [ camera shutters clicking ] ♪ ♪
. in other words, he was a boy in trouble, because he invited blacks in indiana into his church; he said, "christianity is about inclusiveness; i'm going to start a church that includes everyone." well, he was kicked out of a major denomination, and then starts the people's temple, and grows - and on that theme of inclusiveness and communalness. i mean, hey, folks, he was being apostolic - almost as much or perhaps more than a group that claims the apostolic thing. so what went wrong, you know? that's a very interesting question, one that people are still fighting over. how do you get from authentic, real christianity amongst the leader and the people, to 900-plus people killing themselves or being murdered in the jungles of guyana? a terrible story that includes the times, the oppression, tensions between the secular and the sacred world. but rather than have me spin the web, what we discovered, through the networking again, a wonderful woman, professor rebecca moore, who teaches religious studies quietly and nicely at the university of north dakota. and who would have guessed it? i got
, the wizards would have to accept the 85-83 loss to the indiana pacers. >>> moving on, the second round of the arnold palmer invitational at bay hill and beware of alligators. literally. on the course. i heard -- and be careful. and beware of a tiger. woods, that is. he had them working together. four straight birdies on the front, ending the day with seven birdies. no bogies and shot a 7-under 65 giving tiger a one-shot lead into the weekend over jason duffner and graham mcdowel. >>> and the nationals lost to the astros today, 5-1. not a very good outing for the pitcher jordan zimmerman, pitched 5 innings, gave up eight hits and four earned runs. the capitals and winnipeg jets at 7:00 p.m. tonight. back to you. >> thank you. >>> one last look at the rainy forecast, gary. >> here we go, brian. the temperatures tomorrow with the highs today. they were a record high temperature and so it was real, real nice out there with the temperatures in the 80s and, you know what? this weekend, wet, brian. >>> and enjoy it. have a great, great night. see you back here tonight.  [ male announcer
more than i know. >> all right. wilmington, indiana. daniel, republican. >> caller: how are we doing, senator specter? good morning. >> hello. good morning. vote for dick lugar. [ laughter ] >> caller: you know, actually, you raise a good point there. i actually got a call from his office up in indianapolis a few days ago. what were you going to say, greta? >> daniel, are you planning to vote for senator lugar? >> caller: i am. well, i'm still kind of treading, you know, on the party line as senator specter has done very well over his career. and i commend you very much for that, you know. you've proven that bipartisanship is possible in this nation. and it opens up the system for all people to meet their leaders in the center. but -- excuse me, i'm a part of the parkinson's community as well. >> take your time. >> yeah. say i will vote for senator lugar. i can't say yes right now. but i will most likely vote for him. i also called to ask you do you think that the war in afghanistan, do you think that the people in afghanistan are still facing a critical threat from the taliban, and
, indiana and parts of ohio getting some rain. that will not make it east of the mountains today. let's look it some numbers. you say if there's been warm. the average temperature so far this month has been 53.9 degrees in baltimore. that puts us at the third warmest average temperature so far this month. that is in recorded history. we will see what happens by the end of the month. it will be a nice day today. 59 in salisbury. as wood, 59. parkton, 54. in the 50's out in western maryland. clouds to the west. kind of clear skies around here except some effigy development north of the city mostly and that is for the advisories are. here's the storm out to the west. it is slowly moving east. it will slowly move over our area. we'll have a couple of days' worth of rain. we're getting this warm flow of air and we're seeing fog as a result. that will result in some rain. you can see the nice warm flow of air ahead of the storm. colder air behind the storm out west. today our temperatures will be rising. will be around 80 degrees. -- we will be around 80 degrees. a mixture of sun and a few scatter
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-point lead in an 85-83 defeat to the -- they lost to the indiana pacers. john wall had a chance to tie the game as time expired. unfortunately, his shot did not beat the buzzer. the wizards now 11-35 on the season. >>> alex ovechkin seems to be getting hot at the right time but can't win a game by himself. he scored his 33rd goal of the year. 26 seconds into the game last night against the philadelphia flyers. it was his sixth goal in five games. but it was the capitals' only goal in the game. the flyers nodded it up and got the win in a shoot-out. the caps earned one point to put them a point up on the buffalo sabres for the eighth and final spot in the playoffs. >>> it's a video that became an internet sensation, and it appears to show a revolution in human-powered flight. >> apparently it is actually just some crafty filmmaking, though. the video was posted by a dutchman earlier this week. take a look. shows a contraption that syncs the motions of the man's flapping arms with wings made from a kite. you see it there. computer graphics experts found flaws in some of this footage, tho
will be battling tonight. xavier takes on baylor. indiana taking on kentucky. they battled earlier, came down to a buzzer beater, indiana giving kentucky one of two losses. north carolina and kansas are the favorites. you never know we could see a cinderella out of the midwest. great night of hoops last night. >> thank you so much. i'm glad ohio state is still in it too i think -- if they win it all then i can say my bracket will have been a success. >> that is what it's all about. forget about the early rounds. doesn't matter. >> i like your style. thank you, jeff. -- captions by vitac -- >>> president obama will make an announcement about the world bank. >>> the whitney houston toxicology report. >> we believe that something happened that caused her to go down and we know that when she slipped under the water she was still alive. >> new details and new reaction coming out this morning. >>> mitt romney is giving his side of the story on the second anniversary of president obama's signing his health care bill in law. he writes an extensive op-ed and how it differs from the presi
indiana, tip off is at 9:30 after the first game. catch all the action right here. >> have you looked at your bracket? >> i looked at it yesterday and i wasn't doing badly. >> okay. >> when they showed the bobbleheads. >> yeah. >> if they showed a secretary i would -- >> that is not bad, i am around 10, there are only 10 of us playing -- >> you do so well in the other. >> yeah, but this one not in the running so you know what are you going to do? so we will stay inside and watch the games, maybe thunderstorms around, 81 our forecast high and the fog advisories are in effect for all the areas in this little gray shaded area there until 10:00. so now we have included howard and montgomery counties and areas north of the mason dixon line. >> there is more to the ncaa than just march madness this morning's coffee with was winner of the naismith award and analysts and officials and coaches as well, cbs analyst craig kellog joins us to talk about that and his son's cinderella run in the tournament, plays for a high university and plays tonight. sharon will have more on ,,,, [ female announc
? alabama, arizona, arkansas, colorado, florida, georgia, idaho, indiana, kansas, kentucky, alabama, north carolina, oklahoma, south carolina, tennessee, texas and wyoming. in vermont they allow the kids it paddle the teachers. it's a little liberal. it's the other way around. [ laughter ] i only have a minute. carlson, are you for or against corporal punishment in school? >> i don't think there is any place for this in school right now. especially in some of these states. some -- the parents don't even have to know about it before their kids might be paddled in 2012. >> bill: you say no corporal punishment and you say, tammy? >> i don't agree with it. >> i think every parent doesn't want their bureaucracy, a bureaucrat touching their child whether to he remove them from a campus to have an abortion or to beat them up. i think it's really about having it be in the parent's hands, it's archaic and needs to go. >> bill: i never laid hands on any kid as a former teacher. the kid is out of control, isolate the kid in the school and call the parents right away. get the parents in there and say
a point in the loss. >>> on to the nba, washington hosting indiana last night. the wiz led by 16 after the first quarter and then, they lost all their momentum. paul george hit a three pointer to put the pacers ahead with a minute left. wizards lose it closely 85-83. d.c. hosts atlanta tomorrow night. >>> the time right now 6:25. still ahead, maryland's plan to tax high earners moves forward. >> and forgetting your phone? we've all done it. learn many you're most likely to lose your phone and when. >> right now beverly farmer has a quick check on traffic. >> new troubles for you in virginia. if you're heading eastbound 66, crash just east of manassas before 29 centreville. sign that the left side of the roadway. here's part of the lineup live if traffic land. new crash northbound # 5 getting into -- 95 getting into springfield and a detour around chevy chase via connecticut avenue. you're watching 9news now. stay with us, we'll be right back with those details and more. [ female announcer ] shaving can irritate skin... causing dark marks to become visible. dove has the effective soluti
for the afternoon high. out to the west, you can see the rain into kentucky and indiana. that will get in here overnight tonight, really tomorrow and bring us periods of showers and maybe some thunderstorms. a little fog to start your morning. warm conditions with sunshine. should be a try friday for you. highs in the low 80s by 4:00 p.m. lots more coming up from the tidal basin. tony will join us in a couple of minutes. we have a great ask the weather guy question. we'll find out all about the crown that the queen wears. apparently, it is adorned in gold and pearls. i know you know something about that. >> about wearing a crown. i was lucky to get aster on my door here at work. >> we hook forward to seeing you and mr. perkins shortly. we've hay very busy rush hour for our friday morning commute. sherry ly has been reporting live on this deadly accident which occurred southbound along connecticut avenue south of bradley lane down near chevy chase circle. what you need to know as far as your commute goes is that southbound connecticut avenue remains closed off at 410, the east-west highway. you
virginia now. the bulk is into western ohio, indiana, the center of the storm is still farther back out to the west and that is right there over kansas city and saint louis and can you see it sitting and spinning. that moved about 350 miles in the last five days. okay and that is a real slow mover. not much and that looks like it's going to come across the weekend and that is what is going to bring us a chance for the rain tomorrow and on sunday. i don't think that is a washout but if you have plans, especially tomorrow, that we'll take you outdoors and you need to plan for it. i assume the spring games starting, whether they're soccer or whatnot, they'll be rained out tomorrow, especially with thunder in the area and with 80 in the city, i have looked so far. the high is 81. we may have touched 82. when the official high comes out, i will let you know and monasses, 82. , dulles, 82; culpepper and fredericksburg, they have had no problems today getting up into the mid-80s and as brian mentioned, by the water, which is very, very typical this time of the year, it's going to be cooler. th
, indiana and kentucky. >> yeah. >> indiana beat them earlier this year. but i think kentucky, man. they may be going all the way. >> i sit there all day in front of the tv watching basketball and spring training baseball. >> you're pathetic. a pathetic human being. >> my team's out. >> who did you have? >> lamar. my cousin plays for lamar. out in the first round. i'm done. >> you shut off the tv? >> i'm done. >> all right. i appreciate your loyalty. >>> up next, in addition temeo k mika's bracket, the must-read opinion pages. turn left. the passat is one of nine volkswagen models named a 2012 iihs top safety pick. not that we'd ever brag about it. turn right. come on, nine. turn left. hit the brakes. huh? how'd that get there? [ male announcer ] we can't hide how proud we are to have nine 2012 iihs top safety picks. so we're celebrating with our "safety in numbers" event. that's the power of german engineering. right now lease the 2012 passat for $219 a month. and people. and the planes can seem the same so, it comes down to the people. because, bad weather the price of oil those are every
to be taken to the federal penitentiary in indiana. >> have people been about, especially what we've learned, that bales' lawyer said his client has these memories problems that stem from a concussion predating these attacks. there is this lack of physical evidence, and the fingerprints, the crime scene basically, that can't be investigated. what are government officials saying about that? >> well, they are obviously skeptical, number one, of the allegations that he had some sort of concussive head injury in a vehicle accident. they say there is no record of that. they say on brown's contention that there is no physical evidence, there is no forensic evidence, they say that they have shell casings that were apparently, they say have been determined to have been fired from staff sergeant bales' weapon. they do not have, they admit, access to the bodies of the dead. but as we're learning through these charges, he is facing six charges of attempted murder. so that there are six afghan villagers who were wounded by staff sergeant bales and conceivably could testify that it was staff sergeant bal
"brothers and me," which is in part about the shooting death of her brother by police in gary, indiana. she's a former syndicated columnist for the "washington post." and, florida state representative dennis baxley is a republican legislator who co- authored that state's so-called "stand your ground law." he joins us from orlando. ta-nehisi coates, i'll start with you. there's been a lot of calls for the police chief to step down, he's done that at least temporarily now. what's your reaction? >> i think it's a good first step. i think over the long term we'll have to see how much it actually means for the investigation. i think what's important is that people were not simply calling for him to step down just because there has not been an arrest. people were calling for him to step down because they were vastly and, in my opinion, legitimately displeased with how this investigation took place. it was just a very shoddy job and i think this is about the absolute least that could be done so far. >> suarez: dennis backsly, what's your reaction to the latest development? >> well, i think somethi
in an 85-83 defeat to the indiana pacers. john wall had the chance to tie it the game as time expired. unfortunately the shot did not beat the buzzer. the wizards are now 11-35 on the season. >> tough for them. >> definitely. >>> it account shatter box office records. we're talking about this latest book-turned-movie that has millions of people planning trips to the theater fwlmpt . >> it's called "the hunger games." if you've never heard of it, are you in the minority. this is a line for the midnight showing last night. "the hunger games" tells the story of a futuristic society in which teenagers are forced to fight to the death on television. >> according to the web site fandango, at one point "the hunger games" was selling ten tickets per second. more than 2,500 show times have sold out. the pg-13 film may gross $115 million this weekend. early reviews of the movie are kind of mixed, though. some say the movie dazzles and has great suspense. others call it cheap and cheesy. those are probably "twilight" lovers. this is getting an 86% rating on the movie review web site rotten tomat
know your background growing up in indiana. i didn't know-- >> i did not write that, gary. i did not write that. >> yeah, again, take for granted sometimes how great tar vandeveer is year in and year out, one more time saturday night the sweet 16 versus south carolina. >> tiger woods, the bay hill arnold palmer tournament enhanced by his first round and here is woods, had a little twist in his back earlier in the week, looked okay today, and sore achilles looked okay, he shot 69 and he's a six time winner of this event and three strokes back of jason dufner and charlie wii so tiger woods at least through 18 holes looking pretty good. i don't care how tired you are, its been a rough day, you want to feel good, jan wall will make you shiver. she's coming next. laces? really? slip-on's the way to go. more people do that, security would be like -- there's no charge for the bag. thanks. i know a quiet little place where we can get some work done. there's a three-prong plug. i have club passes. [ male announcer ] get the mileage card with special perks on united, like a free checked ba
up into indiana over the next 24 hours. >> not as much fog as yesterday. we have an advisory until 10:00 a.m. for these shaded areas and that's your latest weather. savannah? >>> this morning on "today's real estate," what you can get for under $300,000. today's real estate contributor barbara corcoran is here with some great homes on the market from new york to texas. barbara, good morning. >> good morning. >> we're going to start down south near new orleans. >> we sure are. this is a custom one level nome a gated golf community. nice enough that even if you don't play golf you're going to one to live here. neat as a pin facade out front, desperately in need of a tree, i think. but it also has a leaded glass entrance door. the open floor plan makes the whole interior light and airy. the living room has gleaming wood floors. i don't know how the heck they make them shine like that and high ceilings. the kitchen is painted tiffany blue with corian counters, breakfast bar and an open breakfast area. the formal dining room has a trayed ceiling, chair rail and wide base boards. the charmi
as you head south along the gulf into alabama today. another little pocket up in southern indiana, western kentucky and around chicago. they'll have the most rain that they've had since late february. i'm going to leave you with a look at the national outlook. here's a tale of two cities. portland, oregon, had their latest measurable snowfall. portland, ma >> once again, it's time for the "good morning america" pollen report. and what a difference a week has made. pollen counts are now climbing dramatically. you're sneezing and feeling it throughout much of the country. most of this is due to very high levels of tree pollen. but we're also seeing areas of grass pollen in parts of the south and weed pollen in the midwest and southeast. to check out the pollen levels near you, go to on yahoo! >> you got it. thank you, ginger. >>> coming up, the husband who filmed his wife getting a math question very wrong. he posted it online. >> bad move. >> what she wants to say to him on national tv. come on back. go nowhere. some places i go really aggravate my allergies.
our last caller said. wayne is in fort wayne, indiana, republican line. caller: thanks for taking my call. i have an 11-year-old child attending public school. my history was i was born and raised in new york city and went to catholic school and always got a's and the last two years i had to go to public school. i came home with tears in my eyes telling my mom, they are morons. what it comes down to is the government should never be involved in the education of our children. it is a failure. in the 1950's, the u.s. have the number one educational system in the world. we have gone backwards. i remember watching my buddies that live in the inner city. we would go into the schools and they would have to have police officers escorting them out. the inner city is in destruction. the kids act like savages. the teachers are afraid to teach. it's imploding on them. if the only way is to allow each individual state their own right to govern and mandates and teach their children. corporal punishment should be in the schools. until we go to that, we will always have failure. these kids don't ev
200,000 books from lebanon, indiana, to fort benning and then to afghanistan and iraq and germany and then, you know, so it's -- that's a big deal. that's 20,000 boxes of books. a lot of people got involved in this. >> oh, man! >> we didn't e-mail them. >> although that sure would be easy. yea! here they go. instead, you got a whole bunch of transports flying stuff over. what orpganizations are you working with? >> operation gratitude is really, really terrific. books for heroes. feed the children. those are the three bigies. feed the children came in at the end because we realized we didn't have enough trucks. that's where the operation got stalled. they did. they do. >> what's been the response? the response is great. it's always been terrific. i'll get pictures of people in afghanistan and iraq, whatever, holding my books and it's a little like, you know, when you see these pieces like in the world series or the super bowl where they cut to the troops and the thing i hear over and over and over from troops and from my son's or from my friend's son is how touching, moving,
mississippi and on into louisiana. also, one to three inches of rain making its way up into indiana over the next 24 hours. that's what's going on around the country, here's what's going on in your neck of the woods. >>> there will be the potential for severe storms, kentucky down to alabama. meanwhile here are the potential for crazy warm weather. folks are going to be getting outdoors today. blue skies coming through. we're in the low to mid 60s throughout the area. 57 our cool spot in huntingtown right now. later today, upper 70s, low 80s, it will be a warm day for this time of year. but then we flip it. we head down to the 60s and upper 50s to sunday with lot of rain and and that's your latest weather. savannah? >>> this morning on "today's real estate," what you can get for under $300,000. today's real estate contributor barbara corcoran is here with some great homes on the market from new york to texas. barbara, good morning. >> good morning. >> we're going to start down south near new orleans. >> we sure are. this is a custom one level nome a gated golf community. nice enough that
way all the way up into indiana over the next 24 hours. this friday art to morning. we end up in upper 50s and t lo 60s. i'm chris teep a loren. 63 in san jose. sunshine for the first part of the day and increasing clouds the second half ahead of a front that's bringing heavy periods of rain throughout the weekend. if you are making plans, early sunday is the best chance. monday and tuesday, more showers. by thursday, mild, spring like conditions in the bay. and that's your latest weather. savannah? >>> this morning on "today's real estate," what you can get for under $300,000. today's real estate contributor barbara corcoran is here with some great homes on the market from new york to texas. barbara, good morning. >> good morning. >> we're going to start down south near new orleans. >> we sure are. this is a custom one level nome a gated golf community. nice enough that even if you don't play golf you're going to one to live here. neat as a pin facade out front, desperately in need of a tree, i think. but it also has a leaded glass entrance door. the open floor plan makes the whole in
transportation needs. and the most successful that i am aware of in the country was mitch daniels in indiana. it made it impossible for any governor to do that. >> [inaudible] >> i hope they will not go along with that. you'll have to ask the house. they have had a number of discussions on how to go forward on the transportation bill. we have enough challenges over here without giving them advice. >> [inaudible] jedd you will pass the extension? >> it is next week the expiration? we will certainly do some kind of extension, yes. i am going to take one more. >> a lot of conservative groups are urging congress -- [inaudible] are you concerned that the opposition -- >> i do not know if it is my hearing or your voice, but i am having a hard time. >> the opposition to the xm bank -- >> i think i covered that. we can do that very quickly. we have to schedule it. i found, as i said earlier, found time to turn to trying to raise the price of gas at the pomp, and it looks like that could end up dominating next week when we could have passed the xm bank probably in a day or so. thank you, everybody. [
journal story -- that touches on something our last caller had to say. butwayn is on wayne is in indiana, for twain on our republican line. caller: i was born and raised in new york city and went to catholic school. a i i always got a's. i came home crying to my mother saying they are all morons. the government should never be involved in the education of our children. it is an adamant failure. thehe 1950's the u.s. had number one educational system in a world. we have gone backwards. i remember watching my buddies that lived in the inner city, we would go into the schools and they would the teachers are afraid to teach and it is all imploding on them. the only way we're going to get this back is to allow teachers the individual rights to teach their children. corporal punishment should be in the schools. until we go to that, we're going to have a failure. the kids do not even know who the president is. in my kids' school, they eliminated cursive writing so that they could tweet and all of this. >> wayne is advocating state control of the educational system. here is an article with arne
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